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With the advent of new wide-field, high-cadence optical transient surveys, our understanding of the diversity of core-collapse supernovae has grown tremendously in the last decade. However, the pre-supernova evolution of massive stars, which sets the physical backdrop to these violent events, is theoretically not well understood and difficult to probe observationally. Here we report the discovery of the supernova iPTF 13dqy = SN 2013fs  a mere ~3 h after explosion. Our rapid follow-up observations, which include multiwavelength photometry and extremely early (beginning at ~6 h post-explosion) spectra, map the distribution of material in the immediate environment (≲10^(15) cm) of the exploding star and establish that it was surrounded by circumstellar material (CSM) that was ejected during the final ~1 yr prior to explosion at a high rate, around 10^(−3) solar masses per year. The complete disappearance of flash-ionized emission lines within the first several days requires that the dense CSM be confined to within ≲10^(15) cm, consistent with radio non-detections at 70–100 days. The observations indicate that iPTF 13dqy was a regular type II supernova; thus, the finding that the probable red supergiant progenitor of this common explosion ejected material at a highly elevated rate just prior to its demise suggests that pre-supernova instabilities may be common among exploding massive stars.

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Yaron, O. -  Perley, D. A. -  Gal -  Yam, A. -  Groh, J. H. -  Horesh, A. -  Ofek, E. O. -  Kulkarni, S. R. -  Sollerman, J. -  Fransson, C. -  Rubin, A. -  Szabo, P. -  Sapir, N. -  Taddia, F. -  Cenko, S. B. -  Valenti, S. -  Arcavi, I. -  Howell, D. A. -  Kasliwal, M. M. -  Vreeswijk, P. M. -  Khazov, D. -  Fox, O. D. -  Cao, Y. -  Gnat, O. -  Kelly, P. L. -  Nugent, P. E. -  Filippenko, A. V. -  Laher, R. R. -  Wozniak, P. R. -  Lee, W. H. -  Rebbapragada, U. D. -  Maguire, K. -  Sullivan, M. -  Soumagnac, M. T. - 

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Relación: [References] http://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechAUTHORS:20161222-154313025
[References] https://authors.library.caltech.edu/73163/

Fecha de contribución: 28-oct-2017


* Yaron, O. and Perley, D. A. and Gal-Yam, A. and Groh, J. H. and Horesh, A. and Ofek, E. O. and Kulkarni, S. R. and Sollerman, J. and Fransson, C. and Rubin, A. and Szabo, P. and Sapir, N. and Taddia, F. and Cenko, S. B. and Valenti, S. and Arcavi, I. and Howell, D. A. and Kasliwal, M. M. and Vreeswijk, P. M. and Khazov, D. and Fox, O. D. and Cao, Y. and Gnat, O. and Kelly, P. L. and Nugent, P. E. and Filippenko, A. V. and Laher, R. R. and Wozniak, P. R. and Lee, W. H. and Rebbapragada, U. D. and Maguire, K. and Sullivan, M. and Soumagnac, M. T. (2017) Confined dense circumstellar material surrounding a regular type II supernova. Nature Physics, 13 (5). pp. 510-517. ISSN 1745-2473. http://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechAUTHORS:20161222-154313025

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